Break the college bubble. Get out a little.

During your time at MICA, we encourage you to get out and supplement your classroom education with involvement experiences outside the classroom, such as being involved in a student organization. 

Why get involved?

These co-curricular experiences not only contribute to a more satisfied overall college experience but also provide many opportunities to meet new people and make friends.

Students who are involved report higher grades than non-involved students and also tend to keep a more balanced life while at MICA. Being involved in a student organization will allow you to enhance your professional development by learning to work cooperatively with others, learning effective communication, and learning about diverse backgrounds and experiences.

Update Regarding Student Organization Operations & Events

Please note that all in-person student organization events and meetings are cancelled through the end of the semester.

Spring Registration will take place virtually in April (details forthcoming). Details regarding organizational budgets is available in the communication sent to officers on 3/12/2020.

Join a Student Organization

From academic and professional interests to hobbies and recreation, MICA's 40+ student organizations provide you with the opportunity to get involved in a way that matters to you. *You'll need to login into myMICA to view this info.

Learn more about MICA's student organizations

Start a Student Organization

It's very easy to start a student organization at MICA. You will need five other people who are willing to join the organization. You will also be asked to think about the purpose of the student organization, the audience, and the resources you will need.

Learn how to start a student organization

Student Organization Resources

Registered student organizations have access to a wealth of resources through the Center for Student Engagement. This page houses important dates and forms that organizations will need throughout the year. From reserving space and equipment, to spending club funds, get the information you need to run your organization successfully. CSE is here to support you!

Review Important Dates + Resources for Student Organizations

Get in touch.

Center for Student Engagement


Meyerhoff House 140 W. Lafayette Ave. First Floor Baltimore, MD 21217